Over and over again, studies show that creating a shared — or cohesive — vision is all about listening to others’ perspectives. The only way to make a vision stick long-term is to make sure it is truly shared. That means it has to speak
As the state of the healthcare industry continues to be in flux, particularly as it relates to the Affordable Care Act, leaders are left to wonder how they can move forward in such uncertainty. How do you plan for the future if you’re unsure of
Fulfilling Your Mission During an Unprecedented Crisis No matter how intentional you are about fulfilling your mission and values during the normal day-to-day, crisis can throw an organization into a tailspin, and it’s easy for certain characteristics or procedures to be lost in the fray.
4 Ways to Breathe Life Into Your Mission Statement A mission statement should be more than just a few sentences on a plaque hanging in your organization’s lobby. It should be the filter through which every decision and interaction is made, and this is especially
3 Expensive Executive Search Mistakes Finding the right executive candidate can sometimes be a long, expensive process. Of course, if the right leader is chosen, it’s well worth the investment, but doing it the wrong way can often make it even more costly. Having walked
Valuable Resources for Board Governance Running a nonprofit board can come with a number of challenges — some unique to nonprofits, some that simply come with maintaining a board of directors. As leadership navigates the everyday decision-making, establishing of procedures, and even the facilitating of